The Ripper From Rawhide Author:Dan Cushman "Fast on the grab and twice as accurate" -- that was Comanche John. He'd traveled a steep, far piece during his hell-roaring years of roaming and road-agenting -- sleeping on the ground, dodging bullets and hangman's ropes, "buffeted by fate and chased by the minions of the unrighteous." Some called him the worst side-windin' varmit that ever ro... more »de the outlaw trail, but John figured it wasn't nohow wrong to rob from the rich and give to the poor.
When John tangled lines with Gar Robel's phony-vigilante gang in a fight for a sunken cache of gold it looked like he'd spit in the catamount's eye once too often and this time he was due to get clawed. But the Old Comanche still had a gunsmoke trick or two up his sleeve as he calmly pitted the casual lightning of his twin Navy Colts against the bushwhack tactics of Robel and his henchman.« less